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Chad Myers

Weather Anchor

Turner Broadcasting System , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (404) 827-1700

Email: c***@***.com

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Turner Broadcasting System , Inc.

1050 Techwood Drive Nw

Atlanta, Georgia,30318

United States

Company Description

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.), a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world. TBS, Inc. is based in Atlanta,...more

Background Information

Employment History

Meteorologist

CNN


Web References(199 Total References)


Yes, the Mainstream Media Does Publish Fake News

www.climatedesk.org [cached]

After a 2006 segment on global warming, CNN meteorologist Chad Myers appeared on air to deliver the day's weather report.
Anchor Miles O'Brien said to Myers: "You're a little bit of a skeptic on global warming, I know. Myers rejected that characterization and assured O'Brien that "CO2 is heating the atmosphere. But he nonetheless went on to suggest that climate research may be exaggerated because of the heat island effect, in which heat retained by urban infrastructure causes cities to be artificially warmer. "Metro areas are getting warmer," he said. "If you put the same thermometer out in the middle of a cornfield in Nebraska, maybe it wouldn't be too much different. We'll have to see. You know, I know this is happening; it's just a matter of how much it is, that's all. (Actually, urban heat islands have a negligible effect on global temperatures, and Nebraska is indeed getting hotter). Years later, Myers went on to publicly recant his climate contrarianism. He noted the theories he once thought were credible enough to broadcast are "now called 'zombie theories,' long since debunked myths about climate change that skeptics will continually bring up to counter the facts of man-made climate change."


February 5, 2015 - Greater Church of God

greaterchurchofgod.org [cached]

Oklahoma has now surpassed California in quakes, and seismologists see no end in sight, CNN meteorologist Chad Myers said.


Hand Held Wind Meter Anemometer - Inspeed

inspeed.com [cached]

CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers (orange)


NASCAR WX-MAN » Drivers

wx-man.com [cached]

Through my Google searches I came across this 2003 NASCAR.com story on the "Vortex Theory" when they interviewed Chad Myers, meteorologist for CNN and his thoughts are pretty much those of what I would have to say:
"I have heard racers talk about it," Chad Myers said. "The little wind that 43 cars would create on a mile track or even a 2.5-mile track is nothing compared to what Mother Nature delivers in a typical thunderstorm," Myers said. Myers said it's not surprising Waltrip and Parsons, among others, have seen enough variances of weather to question what is really up around tracks. "I don't really think it's a disservice to the fans to spread this theory," Myers said. "I really do think racers have seen black clouds head toward the racetrack and they make decisions on tires and pit stops and all of a sudden it doesn't rain (and) they get burned. "Someone wins and someone loses (but) I have watched radars for years at dozens of racetracks. Some of these guys, like B.P. and D.W., really believe storms could split up, but trust me, it's never happened." Myers said history is the biggest dissenter in the case of the so-called vortex theory. "Considering how much rain we've had and how many races have been rained out," Myers said, "if this theory actually worked you'd never rain a race out.


CNN Meteorologist Changes His Position on Climate Change

www.greenbuildermedia.com [cached]

CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers has posted a opinion piece on CNN discussing his evolving view on climate change.
He is now a believer.


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